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PSC rules on smart meter opt-out fees

Small businesses and residential customers of four major public utilities that provide electricity in Maryland who opt out of having a “smart” electric meter installed will have to pay a single upfront fee as well as monthly fees under a decision issued by the Maryland Public Service Commission.

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Dominion puts its case for Cove Point

Virginia-based energy giant Dominion Resources Inc. and supporters of its $3.8 billion proposal to modify the Cove Point liquefied natural gas facility to handle exports instead of imports held a briefing Wednesday to correct what they called misinformation about the project ahead of a key Public Service Commission hearing scheduled to begin Thursday.

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Energy firm eyes shale bed under Southern Md.

ANNAPOLIS — While most eyes in the debate on fracking are on the Marcellus Shale region in Western Maryland, a smaller gas basin underneath Southern Maryland is drawing a Texas-based energy company’s attention. Shore Exploration and Production Corp. has leased ...

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